Today, nearly 700,000 people in the United States are living with a primary brain tumor, and approximately 78,000 more will be diagnosed in 2016. Brain tumors can be deadly, significantly impact quality of life, and change everything for a patient and their loved ones. They do not discriminate, inflicting men, women, and children of all races and ethnicities.

MUSC Health’s Brain & Spine Tumor Program is committed to delivering the highest level of neuro-oncology care through a dedicated and experienced team focused on providing the most effective therapies. Learn more from Dr. David Cachia, MUSC Health Neurologist, and Katie-Rose Tuttle, National Brain Tumor Society, on Carolina Perspective radio show with Sheri Bernardi.

Join MUSC Health to "Go Grey in May!" During the month of May, MUSC Health will host a variety of events to raise awareness and research funding for patients, survivors and families with brain tumors.

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